100 thoughts on “Chinese Street Food DAN DAN NOODLE Tour in Sichuan, China | INSANELY GOOD and SPICY Szechuan Noodles

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  2. Learn your tones dude, they are pretty shocking lol. Also don't phrase questions like you do in english "can I have …?" just use 我要 statements smh

  3. I am coming all the way to from Pakistan to Chine just for the sake of noodles😍 I LOVE CHINESE CULTURE, TRADITION AND FOOOOD❤

  4. I am still impressed by how trevor can speak chineseee. Damn i can't focus and getting hungry when i lie here in my bed at 11pm, looking at all of those foods

  5. Mie ayam yang enak itu kelihatan dari warnanya, gelap, entah itu karena kecap manis atau chilli oilnya, bukan warna biasa, jadi yamin manis itu termasuk mie ayam legendaris

  6. Let me explain the N-word thing. In China people like to say “that”, which pronounced like the n-word in oral language. That’s totally another thing N**#😂

  7. damn it.. i am watching it at 3 a.m in the morning ..and now i am heading to the kitchen to make some noodle…good bye my diet routing

  8. There was once a man who said he would eat all the Chinese food, and then he didn't leave sichuan for three years😂

  9. Wow his chinese is really good. It’s pretty much the hardest language to learn so it must’ve taken him years. Definitely a strong accent and does not differentiate well between the four tones but as a second language and given the amount of words he knows it’s very impressive

  10. I was sure the ashes from the cigarette would fall into the food and the lady dumping ground beef from a plastic bag into oil and then stirring it around with her hands – ugh

  11. it doesnt matter how broken your chinese is the chinese ppl alway can understand and smile to you. however, no matter how hard you tried to speak english, they just pretend they cant understand you and goes :" sorry? sorry?" is it because english is harder to understand? or chinese ppl are nicer???

  12. I'm Chinese. To be honest, last time I went to Sichuan, Cheng Du, I didn't even know what people are saying. Most of them speak Sichuan dialect 🙁

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